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  • John Logan (1748–1788) was a minister and poet in Leith, Scotland. Thy braes were bonnie, Yarrow stream, When first on them I met my lover; Thy braes
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  • Spanish-American novelist, essayist and poet. Little Essays, Drawn From the Writings of George Santayana, compiled and edited by Logan Pearsall Smith (1920) An aphorism
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    nearly two centuries. See Logan and Smith, Predecessors of Shakespeare, p. 32. But compare: "Comparisons are odious", John Fortescue, De Laudibus Leg
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  • his fellow human beings form his most absorbing and important interest. Logan Pearsall Smith.'Introduction', p. 49, A Treasury of English Aphorisms (1943)
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  • second. Logan Pearsall Smith, Afterthoughts (1931), 'Life and Human Nature'. People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading. Logan Pearsall
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  • that is real is alien to me. George Santayana, Little Essays (1920, ed. Logan Pearsall Smith), 42: "Disinterested Interest in Life". This is the dimension
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  • day he met us is going to tell me all about what's proper. Cyclops: Hey, Logan, that healing power is about to come in really handy. Emma Frost: Superpowers
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  • is like supposing that we could drink all day and keep absolutely sober. Logan Pearsall Smith (1865–1946), American essayist and aphorist. 'In the World'
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  • Collapse" (2009). People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading. Logan Pearsall Smith, "Myself", Afterthoughts (1931). When I step into this library
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  • Schmidt, Michael (poet) Schmidt, Paul Schmidt, Peter (artist) Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl Schmitt, Carl Schmitt, Roland W. Schmitz, John G. Schnabel, Artur
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  • Mrs. Logan make her boy? Logan: Rum punch. [He smiles to himself. Barek looks inquiring.] Private joke. Barek: That's one of the johns that Logan picked
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  • braes how dreary, Yarrow stream, When now thy waves his body cover! John Logan (minister) The Braes of Yarrow. O lovely river of Yvette! O darling
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  • ourselves, a core of meaning which has not disintegrated with the years. Logan Pearsall Smith, Reperusals and Recollections (1936), p. 1. There are so
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  • in his earlobes twitch as his jaw clenches, unclenches, clenches. Kirsty Logan in: The Man From The Circus, Sigriddaughter Public entertainment was a
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  • a part. Michael Bruce, Gospel Sonnets, Christ Ascended. Attributed to John Logan, who issued the poems with emendations of his own. "Every pang that rends
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  • line 116 The test of a vocation is the love of the drudgery it involves. Logan Pearsall Smith, in Afterthoughts (1931), Art and Letters. Each woman who
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  • (2014-) is a horror TV series created for Showtime by John Logan and executive produced by Logan and Sam Mendes. Some of literature's most terrifying characters
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  • Virginian: Good. Duke Logan: I don't know what you're up to, but we don't want your kind in our town. Trampas: My kind? What's that? Duke Logan: What you were
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  • love it here! Criminology, that's my specialty. Tim Bayliss, Homicide... Logan: So, this is Charm City? Sounds like something you'd get out of a box of
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